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in vietnam. they were sending us cupcakes. >> faced with increasing labor costs and a trend toward healthier eating, they filed for bankruptcy protection in january, the second time in a decade. when the striking union refused concessions by the thursday deadline, hostess decided to shut down. >> 30% of our work force has put 18,500 people out of a job. this is a consequence of the strike. >> 30 plants around the country closed immediately. more than 500 distribution centers and 500 outlets centers will soon follow. >> it breaks my heart. my heart bleeds for all of my brothers and sisters. >> bakery union members of like these blame company mismanagement, providing concessions years earlier that failed to turn the company around. >> they do not care about families or the people here. the people here gave them everything. >> after turning out snack foods since 1930, they will sell off assets including the arcana of brand name. >> it will not be right without hostess. >> it may ensure that ho hos are not history. " one of the outlets on the chopping block tonight is located in anne arundel cou
ocean. the closest to us is down in florida along the atlantic coast line there. that's it. i mean, we're clear as a bell. it's a really nice morning. temperatures are in the 30s. what about the weekend? what about the week leading up to thanksgiving? it's in the forecast. >>> our big story this morning. baltimore city police pull a body out of the inner harbor. >> this morning police identified the body as a johns hopkins neurology professor. ky reed tells us investigators are hoping an autopsy will help provide some answers as to what happened to elizabeth ohern. >> according to her facebook pages she was a faculty member in the neurology and neuroscience departments at johns hopkins school of medicine. now, investigators are hoping an autopsy will explain why the 53-year-old woman was found floating off a pier in canton thursday. someone spotted the woman's body floating face down in the water near the 2300 block of boston street at about 4:45 in the morning. ohern lived in a gated commune not far from where her body was discovered. >> it's pretty random. >> neighbors say they're es
talk to us, but we did talk to mel teal and his nephew who were not included in the settlement because he was told it stopped five feet from his property. >> the fumes and the oil slick and the water was just gushing from the -- that hatch right there. and it was coming directly into our back yard. i don't understand why our house is not -- is okay but all these aren't. we're right behind the gas station. >> the teals say the department of environment took samples from their house about a year ago. >> they never got back with me with any information. we were left out in the cold. >> and left with that uneasy fuel odor. >> you don't even want to strike a match out here in the summertime because that's how bad the fumes are. it can't be healthy for us. it can't be. >> officials say the contamination has not affected the drinking water because the homes are on public water. as for the land where those homes will be demolished, sources say it will probably turn into a public park if the land is not too hazardous. in the news room, wbal, tv 11 news. >>> a house fire sent two people to the h
project. prosecutors said that the claims were false and jha use the money to pay for personal expenses. >> temperatures are in the same neighborhood, cooler than usual for this time of year. clouds are coming from a weather distance south of us. it looks like the rain will stay south of us and the disturbance will stay far enough away. the only effect will be the cloud cover. there are combining to keep temperatures on the cool side. there are other storms on the forecast that we will be watching carefully. we will talk about the forecast for the week ahead. >> bp is expected to pay a heavy fine for its involvement in the devastating oil spill on the gulf coast. president obama is expected to tour san >> to 0.5 years after the devastating deepwater horizon oil spill, while a giant bp is -- oil --bp will admit to criminal misconduct and have defined in exchange for a waiver of future prosecution. bp has not confirmed any plea deal. president obama will visit storm ravaged communities in new york today to witness firsthand the devastation caused by superstorm sandy. he will likely visit
inside and told us to leave. one neighbor who did not want to go on camera said he was not surprised by the allegations. neighbors and several sources have confirmed that he was the brother of the famous hollywood actress mia farrow. her publicity people declined comment. he was originally being held on 800 dozen dollars bond. at a bail hearing that was reduced to $250,000. police believe there may be more victims in this case. they're asking anyone with information to call the child abuse unit. we're live in anne arundel county. >> middle schoolers are being treated following a school bus accident. you are looking at the scene. authorities can confirm the crash happened around 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. 30 kids were on board. students from southampton middle school, five were taken to the hospital with injuries, the driver refused to read. the baltimore man has been sentenced to life in prison with all but 50 years suspended for the murder of his 1-year-old son. he admitted to stabbing his son to death in a home along the 2700 block of -- avenue. the body was discovered wrapped in a
sims goes inside with a preview. >> tenants showed us the problems they were living with and wanted to get their money back so they could possibly find a better place. >> of the rent was something they can afford, but the shelter came with promises and problems. >> these are always going to be carpeted. we will always have a washer and dryer into bathrooms, but there is only one you can actually use, and i am sharing it with my two kids and 12 other people. >> less than a month after moving in, she was forced to move out. coming up, what city inspectors found. and what happened when we approached the men in charge of running the house. >> in today's consumer alert, but costs -- the cost of hosting a thanksgiving dinner can leave a bad taste in your mouth. the average cost is $246 this year. that cost has prompted 12 percent of americans to pass on hosting the turkey day feast in nearly 15 percent have fileelt pressured into roasting. more people will be skipping seconds to eat and run. more stores are opening their doors on thanksgiving. sears and wal-mart will open at 8:00. macy's
in one of the busiest parts of the city. >> especially for us, i mean, nothing bad happens. >> this is julio diaz's surveillance video showing the water gushing down charles street. he was able to reopen on friday after closing down for two days. >> i don't want have nowhere near the business i normally get but for me, safety come first, i guess. i guess we will recover from this as soon as they get the sidewalk. >> while crews are hoping to start working on repairing the main by monday, b.p.w. is concentrating on the city's long-term plan to improve infrastructure. the ruptured water main was 90 years old, manufactured in 1913 and installed in the early 1920's. >> we also need to increase the amount of water mains we replace. >> the city replaces fewer than five mile of water main a year. by next year, they want to increase that to 20 miles a year and then in five mile increments every year with the goal of replacing 150 miles of water main by 2017. >> a step up to that over the next five years going from 20, 25, 30, 35, 40. that's $300 million. >> $300 million to be partl
the attack in benghazi, what he knew, when he knew it and why the u.s. first told the world what it did. >>> and 18 days since the devastation on the east coast. >>> and it is the end of the line for a guilty pleasure in america. but how did it come to this? nightly news begins now. >>> good evening, it worries them enough that israel's tanks appear ready to roll into gaza, and the skies have been raining rockets there for several days. perhaps the larger worry, both sides in this escalating fight have powerful friends that are getting involved and taking sides, like egypt, friend of hamas, and the united states, which tonight is sending naval vessels offshore in case americans need to get out of there. it has been another day of explosions and air raid sirens. it remains a situation on the edge. we have two reports tonight. our richard engel is in gaza, we want to begin, though, with martin fletcher in tel aviv. >> reporter: good evening, they met on the agenda escalating in gaza and a possible ground invasion. the militants are challenging israel, by firing rockets where they never fi
on the u.s. diplomatic mission in libya. nbc news confirmed patras' conducted his own investigation. >> i do not see how in the world you could find out what happened in benghazi if general petraeus does not testify. >> still trusted by many in washington, he is in a unique position to shed light on benghazi. lawmakers want more information on the investigation and want to know why there were not briefed until the general resigned. >> and for our sunday morning "q&a", elijah cummings stop by to discuss his election. during his interview, we asked what he thought of general petraeus's resignation. >> what i noticed in these investigations is you start off with certain conclusions, and a lot of times a factor not match the conclusions. we need to wait and see. you can bet your bottom dollar this matter will be thoroughly investigated and we will come up with the answers, but right now we just got to concentrate on making sure our military is supported, that we get out of afghanistan, and that we take care of our troops. >> congressmen cummings also commented on the fiscal cliff. he's for th
to minority groups in exchange for their vote. what's the fallout and the future of the gop? with us, tea-party backed congressman raul labrador, tom friedman, former white house chief of staff for bill clinton john podesta, republican strategist mike murphy, and nbc news chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell. >>> announcer: from nbc news in washington, the world's longest-running television program, this is "meet the press" with david gregory. >>> good sunday morning. with the president's national security team under fire over the petraeus resignation and the benghazi attacks, the president arrived on the world stage this morning for a summit in east asia, and he's got new worries on his mind about the prospect of a war in the middle east as israel and palestinian militants get closer to the brink this weekend. israel expanding its air assault against hamas and palestinian militants continuing to fire rockets into civilian areas of southern israel. that's where i want to begin this morning. i've got nbc's chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell and "new york tim
with petraeus. both are avid runners. >> ended up being a test for both of us since we ran pretty quickly but that was the foundation of our relationship, and we -- and when i was in kabul we would do a lot of interviews on runs. >> reporter: some of petraeus' former military aides told "nbc news sunday" they were uncomfortable about broadwell's action. >> it was a little bit strange that he would take someone who has never written a book and allow them such unfettered access and allow them to write what is really the first biography of him. >> reporter: this week house and senate intelligence leaders are going to be raising questions about why the fbi did not notify them sooner. and they are also opening a broader inquiry into the city's handling of benghazi. petraeus' final overseas trip before he resigned was to libya last week to find out for himself what went wrong. nbc news has tried to reach paula broadwell. she has not been accessible. joe kell and her husband, that family in tampa, issued a statement saying they have been friends with the petraeuses for more than five years and a
by a spinning propeller. she's doing amazingly well, but it's been a tough road. she'll join us in an exclusive interview. >>> we want to begin this half-hour with rising tensions in the middle east. we have two reports this morning from martin fletcher in tel aviv and richard engel in gaza. martin, tell us the latest. >> reporter: lester, good morning. there's been an incredible ramping up of violence this morning. the israelis have already had 200 separate air strikes against palestinian targets in gaza. they've changed the kind of targets they're attacking, not just the rocket infrastructure they've seen in the last few days, but attacking hamas sim bols of power. they attacked the prime minister's office this morning, flattened it completely. that's the building where the prime minister met the egyptian foreign minister yesterday. that building now flattened. they also attacked the police headquarters, which is a huge building in the center of gaza. there was a huge blaze there. windows were smashed in buildings nearby. both attacks happened early in the morning, so the israelis at least sa
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